TO LITHIUM NETWORK
Patients included in all centres
The R-LiNK project is being represented at the 21st World Congress of Psychiatry, held as a virtual congress, 18-21 October 2021. Above all, findings from the R-LiNK project could add to improve the treatment quality for patients suffering from bipolar disorder. In his presentation, Frank Bellivier (Paris) will give an insight into the search for biomarkers in lithium prescription and David Cousins (Newcastle) will present advances in imaging lithium distribution in the human brain.
New Project Officer for the R-LiNK project at the European Commission
News on Lithium Imaging from the r-LiNK community
Karthik Chary (Newcastle University) and colleagues’ recent work on « Multi-Centre patients receiving lithium treatment for bipolar disorder: 7Li-MRI optimization using a physiologically representative phantom » will be presented at the ISMRM & SMRT annual meeting. Their digital poster participates in the poster session « Molecular Imaging & X-Nuclei: Applications » on Tuesday, 18 May 2021 at 13:00 UTC.”
New Project Manager
We are glad to announce that Antoine Campagne (INSERM Transfert) has joined r-LiNK as new project manager – welcome! We wish you great success in your new duties and responsibilities.
R-LINK Third consortium meeting
The r-LiNK community successfully held a virtual meeting on March 18th and 19th. On this occasion, the r-LiNK partners reviewed the progress of the project and discussed the next steps. The ongoing pandemic still affects study processes in all countries, but nonetheless a number of tasks are progressing well.
We are very proud to announce that so far 38 patients have been included in the study and more will be included within the next days!
Prospective cohort study of early biosignatures of response to lithium in bipolar-I-disorders: overview of the H2020-funded R-LiNK initiative.
by Scott et al. International Journal of Bipolar Disorders
The R-LiNK project NewsR-LiNK 1st Annual meetingMarch 28-29, 2019R-Link partners met in Gothenburg for the 1st Annual meeting. It was the opportunity to review the progress of the project and discuss the next steps, in presence of members of the External Advisory…
Collaborative Research Project
This project has received funding from The European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme Under Grant Agreement N° 754907
Prof. Frank Bellivier, MD, PhD
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